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Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and the university on Monday declined specific comments on a report that Rasheed Sulaimon, who was dismissed from the team in January, was alleged to have sexually assaulted two women during the 2013-14 academic year.
Jimmy Butler is expected to miss three to six weeks with a sprained left elbow, the latest setback for the injury-plagued Chicago Bulls.
The New England Patriots have placed their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Monday.
The Detroit Lions have decided against using the franchise tag on defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
Tiger Woods' agent denies a claim by a journeyman professional golfer who said in a radio interview that Woods has been suspended for a month by the PGA Tour.
Padraig Harrington captured his first PGA Tour title in more than six years Monday when he won the Honda Classic by making a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole in regulation and beating 21-year-old rookie Daniel Berger on the second playoff hole.
Kentucky remains the unanimous No. 1 during a tumultuous week in The Associated Press Top 25.
The Browns signed Josh McCown to a three-year deal worth $14 million, including $6.25 million guaranteed and $6 million in incentives, which is better than typical backup money. He is taking a starter's mentality to Cleveland too.
Michael Jordan has an estimated net worth of $1 billion and qualifies as the 1,741st richest person in the world, Forbes magazine said.
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will miss at least the remainder of the season after developing blood clots on one of his lungs, the team announced Saturday.

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